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Posted 7 Nov 2015 by • 0 answers
Posted 12 Aug 2014 by • 1 answer
... eye.. And his doctor have prescribed this drops.. Bt i have doubt related it.so plz plz reply
Posted 18 Apr 2014 by • 1 answer
My friend has been on durezol for nearly seven months, sometimes using the drops every two hours. During that time she has had three respiratory infections. Do you believe that the two are connected?
Posted 21 May 2012 by • 3 answers
Do eye drops need to be dumped after just a month? I have left over but it didnt expire yet however I have the bottle for a year already. I was going to give it to my mom since she doesnt wish to purchase more and I figure my left over eye drops are better than none at all or am I mistaken?
Posted 7 Dec 2009 by • 3 answers
Posted 3 Jul 2010 by • 2 answers
... omnipred since surgery. i was switch to lotemax without being told to gradually stopping omnipred. My uveitus came back so i was told to continue omnipred. I am concerned because I cant seem to get rid of the light glare. My doctor doesn't seem to know why this glare wont leave. I think I ...
Posted 26 Jun 2010 by • 2 answers
I had cataract surgery two days ago, with a followup with the eye doc today. I began using Omnipred the day after surgery, as prescribed. But every time I use it, I experience INTENSE burning (feels like pouring lemon juice on a paper cut). Is this normal? How long will it last? I have to use it ...
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